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8 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder May 27, 1976 Glenville State offers summer course in metrics If you are "petrified of becoming metrified." Glenville State College will be offering a solution to your problem this summer. The Division of Fducation is offering a new course designed for both experienced and prospective mathematics teachers. It is entitled "Manipulative Math and Metrics." This course will stress the use of concrete manipulative materials in teaching mathematics from Nursery- Kindergarten through eighth grade. The particular emphasis will be on introducing the Metric System by involving students in the use of actual measuring equipment. No previous knowledge of tile Metric System is necessary. GSC president. Dr. D. Banks Wilburn, secured funding for the program partially from federal funds and partially from state funds, in order to offer students an opportunity to work with a wide variety el high quality equipment suited to all grade levels• The course will be conducted as a laboratory course, similar to a physics or chemistry laboratory. The principal objective will be to improve the methods of teaching basic camputa- tional skills and problem solving techniques to children. Instruction will begin with the use of manipulatives, :....`...;..;;....:.:..:............................:.:.:.::.............:......:.;.:.;.....:.:.: .:................................ .... . .... ........... ..... ........,. .... • °.°. .......... °.°.°.°°°...°°°°°...°,°, ...... .,° .,o ° ... • • ...... .. ..... . .... -. ,°.°.°.. °° ...... .°-.°.......°°............°°....° MOODY'S MOBILE HOMES Rt. 33-119 -- 4 miles west of Weston A Complete Selection of Quality Built Homes 12-wides 14-wldes double wides and modular on display Each home fully displayed and lighted for your shopping convenience OPEN FRIDAY TIL 8:00 PM Phone 269-1510 Member of W.Va. Mobile Home Association then progress through the talking and listening stage, the picture or semi-abstract stage, and end with the abstract stage. At this point children will be able to manipulate numbers and symbols in the "Old Math" traditions of learning their addition and subtraction combinations, and the times tables. The advantage of the laboratory approach is that children become interested and think that math is fun. They also begin to understand the "how" and "why" of arithmetic, and are not so fearful and hostile toward solving problems. Although commerical materials will be used in the course, students will be given opportunities to construct some of their own manipulatives. They will also have catalogs, professional magazines, posters, and pamphlets available for their use. The number of the course is Education 399-01, and will be offered for three semester hours credit from June 14 through July 14, from 10:00 to 11:50 in Room 101 of Clark Hall. The instructor of the course will be Dr. Theresa Gray, who has had several years experience in designing and supervising Mathematics Labora- tories. For further information, contact Dr. Gray, or Divison of Education Chairman, Dr. Gary Adkins at the college. Dance program GLENVILLE SUPERETTE Broughtons 112 gal. ice cream... 1.09 Broughton 1 gal. choc. milk .... 1.49 Sanka Inst. Coffee 10 oz ................. 2.89 Bananas ...... 20 cents lb. Hours Men. thru Sat. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday 10 a.rn. to 10 p.m. A program in dance, including dally classes m ballet and modern dance with sessions planned in folk dance, dance history, theory and terminology, variations, and pointe, will be offered in addition to the usual band, orchestra, and chorus programs at W. Va. University's Fine Arts Music Camp for high school students to be held from July 11-31. The camp is open to students in the 4th through 12th grades. Directing the Dance Division will be Susan Abbey Sherman, former soloist with the National Ballet of Canada and now coordinator and instructor in the Ballet Division of the WVU Preparatory Dance Dept. Campers will stay in the Tdwers Residence Halls and will be supervised by experienced counselors. Cost, including room, board, tuition, and recreation is $195. For information, write Susan Abbey Sherman, Director of Dance Division. Fine Arts Camp, 288 Coliseum, WVU, Morgantown, WV New Shipment Just Arrived d / I SUZUKI WeSell SUZUKI. For Fun And Relnabulity Mid-$ta !eMarina v by Thelma Shackleford The Cox's Mills United Methodist Women have chosen prayer partners. They met Sunday night at 7:30 for prayer service and each third Sunday night there will be prayer service by the group. Everyone is welcome. On May 16th, at Sunday School, the church had a special offering for World Hunger. They collected $25.00. Plans are to have special offerings during the next few months. Thanks to all who gave; the money has already been sent. Mrs. Rema Burton returned home from Calhoun General Hospital where she has been a patient for a few days. She is much better. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Adams were, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Adams, Bobby, Chucky and Sherrie of Salem, W.Va.; Mrs. Mary Adams of Chesapeake, W. Vs.; Mr. and Mrs. Glendal Adams, Timmy and Randy of South Carolina; Mr. and Mrs. Wade Adams and Donna of Harrisville; Claud Adams of Linn and Mr. and Mrs. Mario Adams of Salem. Lea, Jamie and Adam Shackleford of Hundred were visiting their grandmother, Toots Shackleford for a few days. Mrs. Lassie Adams was in Parkersburg on May 16 to visit her daughter, Maxine Elder, who is in the hospital. She had the misfortune cutting some toes off in a lawnmowar. Mrs. Rata Burkhamer was in Morgantown May 19 to see her doctor. Others making the trip were Barbara and Kristia Burkhamer and Mary Tallhamer. The following Glanville College Students are on their summer vacation; Neal Ware, Pare Butcher, and Barbara and Ina Burkhamer. Some will be working this season. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Alfred Mathess, Jamie and Brian of Parkersburg were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mathass of Cox's Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ware and Andrea of Parkersburg were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Page Ware recently. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McCullough and two children of Elyria, Ohio were weekend guests of Rema Burton. Mrs. McCullough is the former Ann Burton. Park facilities to open M!y 29 The majority of sum recrea- tion facilities in West Virginia State Parks will open to public use on Saturday, May 29, according to Kermit McKeever of the Department of Natural Rasohrcas. Seasonal facilities include swim- ming pools, horseback riding, conces- sions, park restaurants, recreation programs and summer natural history programs. The Cass Scenic Railroad will also begin its daffy summer runs on May 29. Persons wishing to reserve cabins or lodge rooms in state parks or forests are reminded that they can call two toll-free numbers to make reservations after June I. West Virginians can call 800-642-9058 while out-of-state resi- dents can call 3044300-624-8632. A detailed booklet containing a full description of each park and the recreation opportunities offered is available at no charge by writing to Information and Education, Depart- ment of Natural Resources, State Capitol Building, Charleston, WV 25305. 1Peace@ @ e@ 00 • @ • • •e e e e ee@ o e •; • @ • @ • 4) ." Metror00lita n .." • 9 • " Life ." • Where the " • " future is now -" off pl • 'seas t t anning : • It y O pu . • pi g it • your future, he n will : • take care of itself. • • Don't let this happen to • • you. Let's talk soon about : • 0 • retirement inc me, disabil-  • ity insurance, and other , • needs you may have to  • " Ct y ily's finan- " • prote our fam . • cial future. • • You'll find we do care , • about your future. • •  B.BEALL In " • t o. • • 813 Grand Central Avenue • • Vienna. W. Vs. 26105 • • Office: (3041 295-4561 " • Residence (3€)41 295-5353 " • " 0000=enSe00is0000, ." • Metropolitan Life, New York, N.Y. • qpooooooeoeeeeoee oeoeoo •eeoc Copies of each week's Glenville Democrat are available at Community Super Market, Sum- mers Pharmacy, The Grill, Conrad's Motel, GSC Bookstore, Pioneer Grocery, Superette, Go-Mart Food Store, The Towne Bookstore, and Gilmer Graphics, Inc. WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY MAY 31 KANAWHA UNION Imnllillllililllillllililltl • NOTICE • AS OF MAY 26, • • KANAWHA UNION • WILL CLOSE AT 12:00 NOON II II IIII ill II IIII l II III II II IlU II l II II l I TO THE VOTERS OF Words cannot express my sincere of Gilmer County for the splendid vote Election of May 11, 1976. You may the General Election in November, that perform the duties of the sheriff's office honorable manner. Again many thanks to all for the displayed in me by your vote and THE TOWNE BOO We now have Cards - Candles - Stationery And a Complete Line of Paper Party Goods Hours Men. - Fri., 9 - 7 Sat., 9 - 5 Sun., 10- 12:30 Glenville ESTATE AUCTION Follow US Rt. 33/ North of Follow auction arrows up [Home of the late Dew•} Saturday, May 29.10:00 Farm & Misc. Equip. Horse-drawn sleds, Drags, & Hayrake; shovel plows; Wheelbarrow; Hand cycle 3 good[; Step ladder; stretchers; Fishing items; Harness parts; Neck yokes; Lot of 2" pipe & tongs; Nuts, machine seats & sections; Rope; Chains; NeW wire; Some bee equip.; Lot hand & farm tools Hand air compressor; l-lot Hve chickens, item. Antiques & CollectableS Extra nice china cabinet; Kitchen & shelves; Kitchen cabinet; Wicker & other chairs; Mule ear and other split bottoms; beds. complete; Small wash stand; oak stands; Writing & school desks; Chest store counters; Oak & other dressers; victrola; 75 disk records; Radios & cabinetS; Slat trunk; Kegs, barrels, stone Jars, closure Jars, milk cans; Small Daisy Shoes, stretchers, wooden planes, ox buckets; Complete Blacksmith Shop; iron kettles; Corn planters, shellers and boards. License plates from manj Sausage mills; Ox shoes; Store scales; Tire 23"Model T wheel; Books, etc. Modern Items Refrigerator, like new; Other refrigerators new; Range; Good Maytag Wringer.washer; dryer, like new; Gas heaters; TV with Singer sewing machine; Sweeber; PressUre Bedding; Quilts; Mirrors; Lamps; Tr Window screens; Windows & parts; Steel drums; Barber set; Canning Jars & equipment; Dishes, etc. NOT RESPONSIBLE TERMS -CASH Food served by Women of Rosedale ADMX. Evelyn V. AUCT. Robert J.